Definition of Capably

1. Adverb. With competence; in a competent capable manner. "They worked competently"

Exact synonyms: Ably, Aptly, Competently
Partainyms: Able, Apt, Capable, Competent
Antonyms: Incompetently



Definition of Capably

1. Adverb. In a capable manner. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Capably

1. capable [adv] - See also: capable

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Capably

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capabilities
capability
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capableness
capablenesses
capabler
capablest
capably (current term)
capacified
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capaciousness
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capacitance
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capacitance unit
capacitances
capacitary

Literary usage of Capably

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1. Problems of American Democracy by Ray Osgood Hughes (1922)
"GOVERNING LOCAL COMMUNITIES capably A great part of the activities which our Constitution reserves to the states or the people are actually performed ..."

2. A History of Ontario County, New York and Its People by Charles F. Milliken (1911)
"His business career commenced in 1866, when he accepted a clerkship in the store of Underbill, Dorchester & Brother, which he filled very capably for some ..."

3. Genealogical and Family History of Western New York: A Record of the by William Richard Cutter (1912)
"He then returned to Jamestown, becoming clerk of the Sherman House, a position he most capably filled for seventeen years. Following his experience at the ..."

4. Annual Report by Philadelphia (Pa.) Electrical Bureau, Philadelphia (Pa.) Mayor [Message] (1907)
"<ient Chief Surgeon, whose place, however, is now capably filled by Dr. Francis S. Patterson. During the year physical examinations were made by the ..."

5. McNeill's Code: Arranged to Meet the Requirements of Mining, Metallurgical by Bedford McNeill (1899)
"... of (for) 05325 If capably developed 05324 capably 05326 Has been capably handled 05327 Has not been capably handled 05328 Capacity 05329 The capacity is ..."

6. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1898)
"With the exception of Amy Kelly, an Irish girl of eighteen, who, ignorant of systems, governs her district school capably through the exercise of mother-wit ..."

7. History of Pittsburgh and Environs, from Prehistoric Days to the Beginning by George Thornton Fleming (1922)
"These offices were so capably filled that promotion could not be denied, ... The management of the affairs of the Southeastern district were capably ..."

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